Saturday, March 27, 2004

While everyone in the blogosphere seems to be taking up sides on the gay marriage issue, I invite you to read the most entertaining essay I've yet found on the subject. Will Shakespeare considers "the marriage of man with man, and maid with maid," and provides this personal testimonial:

And to those who say that the act itself be damnable: here I stand to give them the lie. Even poor Kit Marlowe, who spent his life believing himself damn'd and labouring to make himself more so, was quite put out of countenance at his hour of reckoning, when ugly Hell failed to gape nor Lucifer came not.

We're glad you're not in hell, Master Shakespeare.


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